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Interactive projectors for the classrooms of tomorrow

Blog posts   •   Jun 02, 2017 01:34 GMT

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Epson SureColor P5000Wins Best Photo Printer in Prestigious TIPA Awards

Press Releases   •   Jun 05, 2017 12:11 GMT

Epson SureColor P5000Wins Best Photo Printer in Prestigious TIPA Awards -Epson recognized for its innovative high-quality imaging product for the photographic industry

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Saving history one scan at a time

Blog posts   •   Jun 02, 2017 01:41 GMT

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Epson strengthens commitment to boost innovations on its trusted products

Press Releases   •   May 29, 2017 05:19 GMT

Apulit Island, El Nido Resorts, Taytay, Palawan, May 29, 2017– Epson PhilippinesCorporation (EPC) shared an overview of what is next for the leading digital imaging pioneer and the continuous success of Epson’s products in the country during the annual Epson Media thanksgiving event held in Apulit Island, El Nido Resorts in Palawan. In a series of presentations, Epson imparted how it has been using its core technologies toboost innovations on its varied product categories, including inkjet printers, projectors, point-of-sale printers, signage printers and digital textile printers to support Epson’s vision for the next succeeding years.

With the company’s Vision Statement, “Epson 2025” first unveiled last 2016, the company has since strengthened its focus on its four key areas of innovation, Inkjet innovation, Visual innovation, Wearables innovation and Robotics innovation. Moreover, Epson shared that the company continues to ‘create a new connected age of people, things and information with efficient, compact and precision technologies’ through different markets including the Philippines.

The Epson Vision Statement 2025 is the next phase of development for the company worldwide, with Epson companies all over the world working to expand the scope of its efficient, compact and precision technologies to help free people from repetitive manual work and from unnecessary waste of time and effort.

Epson’s continuous success in its varying product categories is supported by its leading figures in the market. For Inkjet innovations, Epson gained a 51% market share, which made 1 out of 2 printers sold last year an Epson printer. The Professional Printers category continues to dominate and reported a 41% market share. Moreover, Epsonhas also been the No. 1 POS Receipt Printer for 7 years running. For Visual Innovations, with education becoming more and more advanced and interactive, Epson shared that it has gained a 67% market share.

“Simply put, Epson’s goal is to heighten people’s creativity, and to create a sustainable society in which people enjoy safe and healthy lifestyles.The long-term successes in Epson inkjet printer, projector and point-of-sale printer categories havepaved the way towards this direction, as much as the recent successes of Epson products in Commercial & Industrial Printing and Wearable Technology” saysMr. Ed Bonoan, Senior General Manager and Marketing Head, Epson Philippines.

With a long legacy of innovations in its 75 years of existence, The Seiko Epson Corporation has continued to expand on its long-establishedstrengths as a manufacturing company. Refining the company's super-microprocessing and precision processing technologies in the development of its watches, and then expanding those technologies into other fields, is what led to its rapid progress. With an ever-increasing portfolio of innovative products, the digital imaging pioneer vows to make the next decades even better.

“2017 is truly vital for the company as we continue to focus on making livessimpler and tasks easier with our innovations. These are what make Epson a trusted brand in many parts of the world”, concludes Mr. Toshimitsu Tanaka, Managing Director and President, Epson Philippines and Country Manager, Epson Singapore Pte. Ltd.

About Epson

Epson is a global technology leader dedicated to connecting people, things and information with its original efficient, compact and precision technologies. With a lineup that ranges from inkjet printers and digital printing systems to 3LCD projectors, smart glasses, sensing systems and industrial robots, the company is focused on driving innovations and exceeding customer expectations in inkjet, visual communications, wearables and robotics.


Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the Epson Group comprises more than 72,000 employees in 88 companies around the world, and is proud of its contributions to the communities in which it operates and its ongoing efforts to reduce environmental impacts.

http://global.epson.com/

About Epson Southeast Asia

Since 1982, Epson has developed a strong presence across major markets in Southeast Asia. Led by the regional headquarters Epson Singapore, Epson’s businessin Southeast Asia spans an extensive network of 11 countries with a comprehensive infrastructure of close to500 service outlets, 7 Epson solution centres and 7 manufacturing facilities. http://www.epson.com.sg

About Epson Philippines

Epson’s corporate presence in the Philippines commenced in 1998. It grew rapidly into a billion peso company in a span of a few years from its establishment due to its client-oriented approach in its business management style by its dedicated and innovative staff members and officers. Epson Philippines has an extensive network of 77 Authorized Service Centers nationwide with more than 200 dealers and more than 800 shops across the Country. For more details, please visit our website (www.epson.com.ph) or our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/EpsonPhilippines).

For product inquiries and technical support, please contact Epson Customer Care at: Metro Manila: (02) 441-9030; Toll Free: 1-800-1069-37766 (PLDT), 1-800-3-0037766 (DIGITEL) or visit the Epson Customer Care website:http://customercare.epson.com.ph

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The Epson Story on Innovation Continues

Press Releases   •   May 29, 2017 05:17 GMT

The Epson Story on Innovation Continues

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Epson provides technical training for Lantern Vision Learning Center under Family Life Missions for Gift of Brightness donation

Press Releases   •   May 14, 2017 20:14 GMT

Epson provides technical training for Lantern Vision Learning Center under Family Life Missions for Gift of Brightness donation

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Epson provides technical training to Gift of Brightness beneficiary San Jose Elementary School-PagibigsaNayon Annex

Press Releases   •   May 07, 2017 15:23 GMT

Epson provides technical training to Gift of Brightness beneficiary San Jose Elementary School-PagibigsaNayon Annex

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Epson named world’s number one projector brand for 16 consecutive years

Press Releases   •   May 04, 2017 05:28 GMT

Epson named world’s number one projector brand for 16 consecutive years

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John Herrera and Epson team up for Eagle-inspired haute couture collection at London Fashion Week

Press Releases   •   Apr 15, 2017 05:00 GMT

John Herrera and Epson team up for Eagle-inspired haute couture collection at London Fashion Week

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Shining a Light on Business Presentations

Blog posts   •   Apr 11, 2017 03:28 GMT

You’re on your feet, your slides are ready, you’reall set to win over your audience – but your presentation falls flat!

What happened?

Well, millions of business presentations are made around the world every day, and it must be acknowledged that too many of them do not achieve their objective – which means an awful lot of wasted time and effort.

There could be several reasons for this sad state of affairs, but the solutions are not rocket science – and they’re actually readily available.

Technology

It’s easy to overlook the importance of the one thing that is common to pretty much every business presentation - the projector.The technology driving this essential piece of hardware has evolved dramatically since the introduction of digital images.

Today, the dominant projection technology is 3LCD, pioneered by Epson, the world’s top projector maker for 15 years in a row and the market leader in Southeast Asia.

3LCD projectors produceamazing detail and unbelievably bright and natural colour, up to three times more colour brightness than other projectors and with a three times wider colour gamut. This means there is no need to lower the lights –Epson’s 3LCD projectors deliver dazzling high-definition images, vivid contrast and powerful colour intensity, even in bright ambient surroundings. With such a highly efficient light source, 3LCD laser projectors are ideal for large venues such as lecture rooms, auditoriums and concert halls as well as smaller meeting rooms.

Back to basics

Now we’ve addressed the technology, let’s look at the software – which includes you, the presenter.

All presentations are an amalgamation of content, audienceand delivery. Whenyou seamlessly combine all these elements, your presentation has a higher chance of successfully delivering your message.

Remember, your objective is to inform, entertain and persuade. Unfortunately, the truth is that most people have a limited attention span, so try to boil the message of your presentation down to three key points that your audience absolutely must understand.

Your content obviously needs to be relevant to your audience. Are you delivering a marketing report or financial plan to a small group of colleagues in your own offices, or is your presentation a keynote at an industry conference with an audience of hundreds? The nature of the audience determines the appearance of your slides - graphs and charts are appropriate for a group looking at financials, product photography will work well for marketing, and video clips from the Chief Executive can help to deliver corporate messages.

Beware the PowerPoint toolbox

Just because the software allows you to use special effects, animations and transitions doesn’t mean you should include as many as you can. Garish colours and over-busy slides distract the audience’s attention from your content.Stick to one colour scheme, one font of at least 30-point, and a single animation style throughout the deck.

In all cases, avoid filling your slides with dense blocks of text. One useful rule of thumb is the “six-by-six” rule –no more than six bullet points per slide, and no more than six words in each bullet.

It's a common mistake to assume that your slides are your presentation. They are not – they are there to help you deliver your presentation, serving as a visual support for what you’re saying. If your slides contain everything you’re going to say, it’s guaranteed that the audience will read those words. And when they’re doing that, they can’t listen to you. And the depressing conclusion is that if your audience is not listening to you, the need for you as a presenter is gone.

Power Tools

As a presenter, you can draw on a number of factors to supercharge your delivery. Body language is crucial - a confident stance, making eye contact and controlled movement that engages without distracting anyone can help to establish your authority. Your voice, too, is potentially a powerful tool. Well-judged projection, variation in volume, tone and pace, and the judicious use of the pause contribute to a convincing delivery of your message and your ownership of the room.

Overcoming Your Nerves

Fear of public speaking is a leading phobia in every culture. Actually, if you can get them under control, pre-performance nerves can help to energize your presentation. There are numerous psychological and physical techniques to help you with this, including identifying and facing down your fears, deep breathing, gentle head massage and light exercise before speaking.

Most important of all is preparation. Make time to rehearse your presentation – as many times as possible. Record yourself presenting and critique your own performance. Present to a trusted colleague, and insist they be honest with their feedback.

Preparation also includes familiarizing yourself ahead of time with the room and the equipment you’ll be using. Are the steps up to the stage secure? Does the remote control work? Do you have a back-up of your presentation on a thumb drive? And do you have confidence in the projector?

Epson 3LCD projectors

If it’s an Epson 3LCD projector, your worries are at an end. As highlighted above, 3LCD is a sophisticated, innovative technology that utilizes three chips to deliver vibrant, true-to-life and consistent images for any audience, in any venue.

But beyond that, 3LCD projectors are highly efficient and much more reliable than competing technology. Compared to the rapidly spinning colour wheel in a single-chip DLP projector, 3LCD projectors have no moving parts in the image generation engine, so there is no risk of mechanical failure.

Theyalso use 25% less power than single-chip DLP projectors. This in turn means lower operating heat,allowing the lamp in a 3LCD projector to last longer.

Epson has developed high brightness laser projectors in their range of 3LCD business projectors with a laser-light source that can deliver up to 20,000 hours of maintenance free use – products that will keep them way out ahead in a segment that’s forecast to grow 125% by 2020.

If you’ve created and rehearsed your presentation with our tips in mind, you can be confident that your Epson high brightness 3LCD projector will deliver mind-blowing image quality and make your presentation the star of the show. 

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